According to Milan live, a sports campany who reports on the club daily news, it has been reported that Arsenal are strongly interested in bringing in Franck Kessie to the Emirates this summer after the dynamic midfielder has converted himself to undisputed leader at AC Milan.
The media outlet has explained that Kessie is increasingly a pillar of the Serie A giants. The midfielder has only missed one Serie A game this season and that was because of suspension. Franck is a top talent in Italy right now as his display on the pitch has been very impressive with nine goals to his name this season.
Actually, the Italian giants are thriving once again because of his work rate this season. The Gunners see the midfielder as the perfect midfield partner to Arsenal midfield star Thomas Party who joined the Gunners last summer. The Serie A giants value their star player at €50M and it remains to be seen if the Gunners bosses will cough out the needed transfer fee as the San Siro club are unwilling to let the player leave at any cost.
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